The festival season isn’t over yet as the first annual Rodfest is set to take place this Saturday (24 September) in Rodbourne Cheney, Swindon.
Rodfest has been organised as a family festival, along with a great line up of live music there will be entertainment, performances, a beer tent, BBQ, bouncy castle, ice cream, stalls and much more.
The music line-up is taking place across two stages and includes Sister, Sister, Smiley’s People, Buswell, The Blind Lemon Blues Band, All Ears Avow, Overload, Oli Norman, Megan Abbott Music, Noteables, Songbirds, and Canute’s Plastic Army. Swindon Lightning Cheer Athletics will also be performing.
Rodfest is a charity music festival and will become an annual event, with this years aim to raise funds for a mini bus for Rodbourne Cheney Primary School.
Rodfest is taking place this Saturday (24th September) from 2pm-9pm at Rodbourne Cheney Primary School Field (entrance gate: 30 Church Walk North, Swindon SN25 3DJ).
Tickets are available from Chimneys Cattery, 1 Broadway, SN25 3BN between 9-11am and 4-6pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ticket prices are: Adults (18+) in advance £5 (on the gate £8), age 12-17 in advance £3 (on the gate £5), 11 and under Free (up to two 11 and under children free when one adult buys a ticket).
Visit the Rodfest Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/1stannualfamilyrodfest